NEW SHOW! Mysterious Midwest: Ghost Rider
Saturdays @ 9:30 PM
Mysterious Midwest is HCTV’s latest addition to its Science & Sci-Fi Saturdays’ line-up. This half-hour docudrama series takes you to destination all across middle America and investigate accounts of paranormal activity.
ON THIS EPISODE – In February 2001, Diane Evert took a picture of her son alone in his new truck. When the photo was developed an image of a woman appeared. Who is this woman? Is this photo even real or fake? On this episode, the Mysterious Midwest team take a trip to visit the Everts and investigate this strange apparition.
Cosmic Café Show: Paranormal Phenomena
Saturdays @ 5:00 PM
Have you been a victim of a Paranormal Possession? Hundreds even thousands of people claim to have had a paranormal possession, something that has disturbed them so greatly they are even afraid to tell their own spouse about it. How does a person get help when they feel they can’t even talk to their own loved ones? Host, Eric Brown, sits down with Dr. June Steiner to get expert advise on how to deal with this difficult situation. Dr. Steiner is the current President of the Organization for Paranormal Understanding and Support (OPUS).
30 Odd Minutes: Your Ghost Encounters
Fridays @ 11:00 PM and Saturdays @ 6:00 PM
In Episode 78, the crew captures first hand accounts of paranormal encounters. The team reaches out to speak with three viewers about their most profound ghost experiences. Also on this episode catch EVP evidence and recent photos from Oddball Andrew Lake’s latest investigations.
Fast Forward: Contemporary Science Fiction Episode 262 John Scalzi
Saturdays @ 6:30 PM
On this episode of Fast Forward: Contemporary Science Fiction, writer John Scalzi talks about how his writing career developed, and some of the things he’s learned along the way. He also talks about his involvement with SFWA, the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America, and why he thinks the organization is important. Also on this episode, Colleen Cahill reviews Whispers Underground book series and Marianne Petrino rates the anime feature Tales of Vesperia: The First Strike.